Jeremy Sutherland replied to the topic Has anyone built (or currently building) applications with BIRT for Government projects? in the forum Forum Discussions 8 years, 9 months ago
We just finished a really cool project in North Carolina-
The project was for the City of Durham, home of Duke University and the Research Triangle. My company worked really closely with City data analysts and leadership to implement ClearPoint Strategy. This web-based software supports the alignment and management of city-wide goals, KPIs, and…[Read more]
Jeremy Sutherland replied to the topic Examples of state government using compstat or citistat like system? in the forum Budget / Performance 8 years, 9 months ago
The City of Durham, North Carolina just went live with a new public portal where citizens, taxpayers, and city leadership can monitor the cities key measures, ongoing initiatives, and see how they all align to the five major focus areas on their strategic plan.
Jeremy Sutherland replied to the topic Examples of state government using compstat or citistat like system? in the forum Budget / Performance 8 years, 11 months ago
The City of Vancouver, WA has posted a nice set of features on their website and actually won an ICMA award in 2010 for the good work.
Going forward, they are thinking about using a tool something like this demo page: https://www.clearpointstrategy.com/publish/cityofvancouver2028 , to post the latest trends and results for citizens…[Read more]
Jeremy Sutherland replied to the topic The New Government Performance and Results Act – What does it mean for you? in the forum Smarter Government: Analytics to Outcomes 9 years ago
Thanks for the high level summary of the GPRA modernization act that is getting people’s attention.
It seems like a standard strategic framework that most leaders already expect. Mission, Vision, Values + key performance measures and project management for atypical initiatives.
Quite a few organizations are looking “to the cloud” to…[Read more]
Most US Federal agencies, and even most departments have their own QI/QC departments. I’m not sure if there is a clear functional hierarchy back up to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) or not, but I know the OMB runs a pretty big Quality Improvement/Performance Improvement office in DC.…[Read more]
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